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Starlet Scarring the Public with Her Breasts

May 26, 2013

Angelina ScareFrom EXPOSED: Angelina Jolie part of a clever corporate scheme to protect billions in BRCA gene patents, influence Supreme Court decision (opinion)
By Mike Adams, May 16,2013

Angelina Jolie’s announcement of undergoing a double mastectomy (surgically removing both breasts) even though she had no breast cancer is not the innocent, spontaneous, “heroic choice” that has been portrayed in the mainstream media. Natural News has learned it all coincides with a well-timed for-profit corporate P.R. campaign that has been planned for months and just happens to coincide with the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on the viability of the BRCA1 patent.

This is the investigation the mainstream media refuses to touch. Here, I explain the corporate financial ties, investors, mergers, human gene patents, lawsuits, medical fear mongering and the trillions of dollars that are at stake here. If you pull back the curtain on this one, you find far more than an innocent looking woman exercising a “choice.” This is about protecting trillions in profits through the deployment of carefully-crafted public relations campaigns designed to manipulate the public opinion of women.

Lying with statistics: Jolie’s 87% risk exaggeration

There’s more to this story than just the patents on BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. Angelina Jolie is also using blatantly misleading statistics to terrify women into thinking their breasts might kill them.

In the NYT op-ed piece, Jolie claims her doctor told her she has an “87% risk” of developing breast cancer. But what she didn’t tell you is that this number doesn’t apply to the entire population: it’s actually old data derived almost exclusively from families that were previously documented to have very high risks of breast cancer to begin with.

A study published on the National Human Genome Research Institute website and conducted by scientists from the National Institutes of Health reveals that breast cancer risks associated with BRCA1 genes are significantly lower than what’s being hyped up by Jolie and the mainstream media.

In fact, in a large room of 600 women, only ONE will likely have a BRCA mutation in her genetic code. The actual incidence is 0.125 to 0.25 out of 100 women, or 1 in 400 to 1 in 800. I used 600 as the average of 400 and 800.

And out of that 1 in 600 women who has the mutation, her risk of breast cancer is only 56 percent, not 78 percent as claimed by Jolie. But 13 percent of women without the BRCA mutation get breast cancer anyway, according to this scientific research, so the increased risk is just 43 out of 100 women.

So what we’re really talking about here is 1 in 600 women having a BRCA gene mutation, then less than half of those getting cancer because of it. In other words, only about 1 in 1200 women will be affected by this.

Yet thanks to people like Jolie and the fear-mongering mainstream media, women all across the nation have been terrified into believing their breasts might kill them and the best way to handle the problem is to cut them off!

This, my friends, is the essence of doomsday fear mongering. This issue affects less than one-tenth of one percent of women but is being riled up into a nationwide fear campaign that just happens to feed profits into the for-profit cancer diagnosis and treatment industry, not to mention the monopolistic human gene patenting cartels.

That’s the real story of what’s happening here. Don’t expect to read this in the New York Times.

Corporate media refuses to mention real prevention and treatment options
As part of the breast cancer fear mongering and treatment scam now being run across the mainstream media, nearly all media sources are prohibiting any mention of holistic or natural options for treatment or prevention.

Sure, the media talks about “options,” but all those options just happen to lead back to the for-profit cancer industry. As an example, read this story by ABC News, part of the lying mainstream media that misinforms women and pushes a corporate agenda:

If you do test positive for BRCA, you have options, and you don’t necessarily have to go the Jolie route. Some women choose not to have surgery. Instead, they increase cancer surveillance with imaging tests. These include regular mammograms to test for breast cancer, and regular pelvic sonograms and blood-tests to watch for ovarian cancer.

Nowhere in this article does ABC News mention ways to suppress the BRCA1 gene by, for example, eating raw cruciferous vegetables containing Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C), a potent anti-cancer nutrient that halts breast cancer in its tracks. Nowhere does ABC News mention vitamin D which prevents nearly 4 out of 5 cancers of all types, including breast cancer.

Nope, the “options” being pushed by mainstream media are nothing more than mammograms, surgery, radiation and chemotherapy — all owned and run by the for-profit cancer industry that feeds on women and exploits their bodies for profit.

Nor is their any discussion of the total scam of the “pink ribbons” cancer cure industry which is primarily focused on giving women cancer through “free mammograms.” As any scientist or physicist already knows, mammograms cause cancer because they emit ionizing radiation directly into the breast and heart tissues. Get enough mammograms done and sooner or later they will detect breast cancer because they caused it! To date, 1.3 million women have been harmed by mammography.

Thanks, Angelina, for keeping the wool pulled over the eyes of women everywhere while selling out to for-profit, monopolistic, corporate interests that incessantly seek to exploit women for profit.

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  1. Jolie’s brave decision awakens women out there to be aware of this death causing cancer. Although this has bad and good effects. However, being conscious of one’s health is always never a mistake.

    • Thanks for the comment. One has to be conscious about health in a healthy way. I do not care for the opinion of the starlet who has been flaunting her breasts every chance she got. A starlet is not a doctor. (The neighbor of the doctor is not a doctor.) And one has to do research to be able to see through the smile of the doctor. We cannot remain dependent on an industry that is after our money. No longer billions, but trillions. When will they admit that deoderants are poisoning our lymph systems? Instead, operations that remove the lymph nodes from the armpit, are on the rise. To blindly follow a starlet is to ask for trouble. This is the information age. Get informed!

  2. Through this site, I seek to inform myself on illness and healthy health care. I am not a medical doctor so I can only advise myself. If anyone benefits from the advise, then that is a nice bonus.

    Just in case more starlet-Jolie pr shows up, I will make a general comment. It will be brave for women to understand what is causing cancer. Not just breast cancer, but also cancers never heard of before. Find the cause of cancer (the engineers), and you find the cause of too early death (genocide). Our every body part is under attack. Visit a random hospital, and watch the constant stream of patients filing in. Young children are already showing signs of decay.

    I will not address this starlet again on this website, she can only help mind control those who lack important information. Consult with a certified medical doctor, but always seek out articles on adverse effects of treatment, before making a decision. Subscribe to a site willing to question the health care industry, so you can see two sides of the coin.

    But, most importantly, let no one – not even those warning you against malpractice – SCARE YOU into making decisions that may deeply scar you in many ways.

    Be wise. Be healthy.

  3. Emma, keep up your tremendous work! You efforts and revelations are appreciated, highly.

  4. Emma,your last comment was so well put. It is imperative that each person read and educate themselves to the best of their ability and when the information exceeds one’s ability to digest it ether re-read it, find another source that can make it more understandable or ask. Ask questions, even of the experts. Do one’s due diligence until you are satisfied enough to make an appropriate decision.

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